By Allen Wyatt for Word.Tips.Net
For some documents, it is par for the course to have tables extend from one page to another. As your tables get larger, Word automatically breaks tables so the most information can get on each page. This may mean that a row of your table may start on one page and end on the following page.
Obviously, this is not acceptable for some tables. You may have the need to make sure that entire rows of your table stay together.
To make sure that Word doesn’t break a particular row of your table, follow these steps:
1. Select the row (or rows) that you want to keep together.
2. Make sure the Layout tab of the ribbon is displayed.
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